Elkhart Truth Collection Archives
The Arch was memorable, costly and criticized as a short-lived 1960s Main Street attraction.
A KKK grand dragon wielded great political power in 1920s Indiana. But one man made sure he knew he wasn't welcome in Elkhart.
A struggle for power over public health in Elkhart County eventually came to a messy end and forced a doctor's resignation.
Meet Al and Helen Free. They raised six kids, committed themselves to educating youth, served the community, and changed the world.
Role model, author, leader - Ben Barnes was a powerful and caring presence for Elkhart
At Christmastime in the midst of a different dark winter, Elkhart already had lost far too many souls. The weather was unseasonably warm. Main Street had no snow, but it […]
(Elkhart Public Library proudly supports “Legends of Michiana: The Martin Family” on WNIT-TV.) One of the most influential authors of the 20th Century, Norman Vincent Peale instructed generations to believe […]
The 1995 election was intense. And the campaign did not end on Election Night.